Interactive map – Electric trucks: long-haul stop locations fit for charging point deployment in Europe

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Passenger car registrations: +29.5% five months into 2021; +53.4% in May

In May 2021, passenger car registrations in the European Union rose by 53.4% compared to last year, totalling 891,665 units. Nevertheless, last month’s result is still far below the 1.2 million cars that were sold in May 2019.

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ACEA: working towards a new era of mobility

This year the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) celebrates its 30th anniversary. Coinciding with this special occasion, we officially launched a new brand identity, vision and website for ACEA earlier in June.

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Interactive map – Electric trucks: regional stop locations fit for charging point deployment in Europe

Battery electric trucks will have to play a big role in the decarbonisation of road freight transport, not the least when it comes to trucks used for regional operations. Their market uptake is expected to increase rapidly over the next few years, but regional trucks will require an EU-wide network of suitable charging stations.

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Access to vehicle data: what is at stake for EU citizens and the auto industry?

Connected and automated vehicles are fast becoming an integral part of Europe’s data economy. Earlier this month, ACEA teamed up with the Kangaroo Group think tank to hold a timely debate on this topic, ahead of the European Commission’s proposal for legislation on access to in-vehicle data later this year.

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EU steel import decision disregards interests of auto sector

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) is extremely disappointed by the European Commission’s proposal to extend the restriction of steel imports into the EU.

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Interactive map – Electric trucks: long-haul stop locations fit for charging point deployment in Europe

Battery electric trucks will have to play a big role in the decarbonisation of road freight transport, especially when we look at long-haul trucks. Their market uptake is expected to increase rapidly over the next few years, but long-haul trucks will require an EU-wide network of suitable charging stations.

Passenger car registrations: +29.5% five months into 2021; +53.4% in May

In May 2021, passenger car registrations in the European Union rose by 53.4% compared to last year, totalling 891,665 units. Nevertheless, last month’s result is still far below the 1.2 million cars that were sold in May 2019.

ACEA: working towards a new era of mobility

This year the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) celebrates its 30th anniversary. Coinciding with this special occasion, we officially launched a new brand identity, vision and website for ACEA earlier in June.

Tune in to hear ACEA President Zipse speak at Politico event 'The race to greener cars' on 22 June

Oliver Zipse, ACEA President and CEO of BMW, will reiterate the EU auto industry’s commitment to the fight against climate change during a Politico Live event to be held on 22 June at 14.00 CEST.

Interactive map – Electric trucks: regional stop locations fit for charging point deployment in Europe

Battery electric trucks will have to play a big role in the decarbonisation of road freight transport, not the least when it comes to trucks used for regional operations. Their market uptake is expected to increase rapidly over the next few years, but regional trucks will require an EU-wide network of suitable charging stations.

Access to vehicle data: what is at stake for EU citizens and the auto industry?

Connected and automated vehicles are fast becoming an integral part of Europe’s data economy. Earlier this month, ACEA teamed up with the Kangaroo Group think tank to hold a timely debate on this topic, ahead of the European Commission’s proposal for legislation on access to in-vehicle data later this year.

EU steel import decision disregards interests of auto sector

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) is extremely disappointed by the European Commission’s proposal to extend the restriction of steel imports into the EU.

Position paper - Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism

The members of the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) have a substantial stake in ensuring that the design of any EU carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) has a minimal impact on the competitiveness of European manufacturing.

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About ACEA

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association, or ACEA, unites Europe’s 15 major car, truck, van and bus makers.

We are the voice of the auto industry: a technological world leader and the backbone of the EU economy. Our members keep Europe on the move, providing diverse solutions for moving people and goods from A to B.

Together, we are progressing on the road to zero-emission and zero-fatality transport. We are addressing major technology shifts and the changing mobility needs of Europeans.

ACEA is working towards a new era of mobility, where all Europeans can access affordable transport solutions that are:

  • Green & Clean
  • Smart & Efficient
  • Safe & Reliable

Our aim is to drive Europe’s mobility transformation – while at the same time ensuring that the auto industry remains a strong Global & Competitive player.

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